LONDON â The Revenant was awarded Best Film at the 69th BAFTA film awards Sunday, with Leonardo DiCaprio claiming Best Actor and Brie Larson named Best Actress. Kate Winslet won Best Supporting Actress, while Mark Rylance scooped Best Supporting Actor. See also: Bafta Awards 2016: See every beautiful red carpet look The British Academy Film Awards, known more commonly as the BAFTAs, took place at London's Royal Opera House in Covent Garden. Stephen Fry oversaw proceedings once again. A tribute midway through the show remembered stars including David Bowie, Christopher Lee and Alan Rickman . Earlier in the evening, protesters from the Creatives of Colour Network gathered on the red carpet to highlight diversity issues during awards season. They held a banner calling for a quota system that featured the hashtag #Baftablackout. Here are all the winners, along with the nominated runners up, for every category. Best Film Image: BaftaThe RevenantSpotlightBridge of SpiesThe Big ShortCarol Best Adapted Screenplay Image: BaftaThe Big ShortSteve JobsBrooklynCarolRoom Best Leading Actor Image: BaftaLeonardo DiCaprio, The RevenantEddie Redmayne, The Danish GirlMichael Fassbender, Steve JobsMatt Damon, The MartianBryan Cranston, Trumbo Best Leading Actress Brie Larson, RoomMaggie Smith, The Lady in the VanAlicia Vikander, The Danish GirlCate Blanchett, CarolSaoirse Ronan, Brooklyn Best Animated Film Image: BaftaInside OutShaun the Sheep MovieMinions Best British Short Animation Image: BaftaEdmondManomanPrologue Best Make-Up And Hair Image: BaftaMad Max: Fury RoadBrooklynThe RevenantThe Danish GirlCarol Best British Short Film Image: BaftaOperatorElephantMining Poems or OdesSamuel-613Over Best Original Music Image: BaftaThe Hateful EightBridge of SpiesStar Wars: The Force AwakensSicarioThe Revenant Best Cinematography Image: BaftaThe RevenantMad Max: Fury RoadSicarioCarolBridge of Spies Best Original Screenplay Image: BaftaSpotlightInside OutThe Hateful EightEx MachinaBridge of Spies Best Costume Design Image: BaftaMad Max: Fury RoadBrooklynThe Danish GirlCinderellaCarol Best Director Image: BaftaAlejandro G. IÃ±Ã¡rritu, The RevenantAdam McKay, The Big ShortSteven Spielberg, Bridge of SpiesRidley Scott, The MartianTodd Haynes, Carol Best British Film Image: BaftaBrooklynThe Danish GirlEx MachinaAmy45 YearsThe Lobster Best Documentary Image: BaftaAmyListen to Me MarlonHe Named Me MalalaSherpaCartel Land Outstanding Debut by a British Writer, Director or Producer Image: BaftaNaji Abu Nowar, Rupert Lloyd, TheebSean Mcallister, Elhum Shakerifar, A Syrian Love StoryDebbie Tucker Green, Second ComingStephen Fingleton, The SurvivalistAlex Garland, Ex Machina Rising Star Image: BaftaJohn BoyegaTaron EgertonDakota JohnsonBrie LarsonBel Powley Best Production Design Image: BaftaMad Max: Fury RoadStar Wars: The Force AwakensThe MartianCarolBridge of Spies Outstanding British Contribution To Cinema Image: BaftaAngels Costumes Best Editing Image: BaftaMad Max: Fury RoadThe Big ShortBridge of SpiesThe RevenantThe Martian Best Sound Image: BaftaThe RevenantMad Max: Fury RoadStar Wars: The Force AwakensBridge of SpiesThe Martian Best Special Visual Effects Image: BaftaStar Wars: The Force AwakensAnt-ManMad Max: Fury RoadThe MartianEx Machina Best Film Not In The English Language Image: BaftaWild TalesThe AssassinForce MajeureTimbuktuTheeb Best Supporting Actor Image: BaftaMark Rylance, Bridge of SpiesIdris Elba, Beasts of No NationChristian Bale, The Big ShortMark Ruffalo, SpotlightBenicio Del Toro, Sicario Best Supporting Actress Image: BaftaKate Winslet, Steve JobsJennifer Jason Leigh, The Hateful EightAlicia Vikander, Ex MachinaJulie Walters, BrooklynRooney Mara, Carol Fellowship Awards Sir Sidney Poitier Have something to add to this story? Share it in the comments.